Youtheatre, Quebec’s oldest professional theatre company producing new work for young audiences, is holding general auditions for its 2019-20 & 2020-21 seasons.
November 18th, 2019 from 10am – 6pm
November 19th, 2019 from 10am – 6pm
Youtheatre Offices – Rehearsal Hall
5333 Casgrain, bureau 507, Montreal QC H2T 1X3
Youtheatre works under the Canadian Theatre Agreement (CTA). Equity members and non-members may apply. Candidates must have graduated from a professional institution with a diploma in the performing arts. Candidates must be 18 years and older. Performers must be convincing in the 16 to 18 age ranges.
Youtheatre embraces diversity and encourages people of all cultural backgrounds, ethnicities, abilities, and genders to apply. Submissions from trans and/or nonbinary actors are strongly encouraged. Trans and/or nonbinary actors please indicate in your initial email which gender(s) you feel comfortableportraying onstage.
Véronique Bossé and Jeremy Segal will be in attendance.
Point of origin is Montreal.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Please submit photo and resumé to email@example.com. Deadline to submit is November 3rd, 2019 at 5PM. Only selected candidates will be contacted. If contacted, actors will be required to perform two short, contrasting contemporary monologues in English.
2019-20 : P@andora by Sarah Berthiaume
– Pandora : young woman, age 16 to 18 (lead)
– FireFox / Alex : young man, age 16 to 18
Synopsis : The story follows 16 year-old Pandora as she begins to navigate the world of dating. One day in the bathroom, a mysterious figure hands her a lighter embossed with the website foxylady.com. Unable to resist, she types it into her web browser and embarks on a disturbing journey through the surreal realm of cyber-porn. Conflicted by what she sees, Pandora realizes the dangers of defining oneself through the prism of the internet, and the importance of remaining plugged into the real world.
2020-21 : The Kissing Game by Rhiannon Collett
– Sam : young woman, age 16 to 18 (lead)
Synopsis : Kate and Sam are best friends, but there’s a tension building in their relationship. When Kate’s sister falls victim to an act of violence, they are determined to bring the perpetrator to justice. On a summer evening, their actions tear a hole in reality as the assailant’s heart falls out of his chest and onto the pavement, just as it begins to snow. Their relationship crumbles in the aftermath and the girls are left to question whether any of us are truly worthy of forgiveness.
Please note The Kissing Game is a one-person show that addresses queer identity, so LGBTQ+ identified performers will be prioritized.
For more information on the company, please visit www.youtheatre.ca